Brighton and Hove Albion vs Crystal Palace at Bramall Lane on Saturday, because the Blades look to stay pace within the fight for Champions League football.
Brighton’s focus is at the opposite end of the division, and Graham Potter’s side will skills valuable a win might be within the ir battle to stay in the Premier League.
Graham Potter seems during a stern mood following the “Brighton Balloon four’s Canary Island incident”.
During last week’s winter break a video surfaced of a quartet of Potter’s players – Shane Duffy, Pascal Gross,
Leandro Trossard and Alireza Jahanbakhsh – apparently inhaling from balloons during a bar in Tenerife where Brighton were having a winter break.
The club denied the four inhaled nitrous oxide – aka laughing gas. “It was probably not the simplest decision within the world,” said an unamused Potter,
whose team hover three points above the relegation zone. “Occasionally they are doing things that aren’t so clever.”
Sheffield United trust their Dubai break will help secure European qualification.
Since a powerful away convert Arsenal in early December, Brighton have won only
one occasion altogether competitions and have kept just one clean sheet.
The Sussex club’s away form has also been particularly poor, with Brighton managing just two wins all season faraway from the Amex Stadium.
Brighton and Hove Albion vs Crystal Palace Team News
The Blades currently haven’t any injury concerns, with Wilder likely to possess a full squad to settle on from.
John Lundstram and Chris Basham are one yellow card faraway from suspensions though,
having picked up four already this season.
Brighton are going to be without Colombian winger Jose Izquierdo, with the flyer still struggling thanks to a knee injury.
The 27-year-old has not appeared all season and it’s hoped that he could return next month.
Elsewhere, Alexis Mac Allister remains lacking match sharpness, while Dale Stephens faces a late fitness test.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder says he features a fully-fit squad available to him.
John Lundstram will hope for a recall after coming off the bench to attain the winner in their last game.
Brighton will assess Dale Stephens’ thigh injury but the midfielder will probably be unavailable, consistent with head coach Graham Potter.
Potter must also decide whether recent arrivals Alexis Mac Allister and Tariq Lamptey are ready for his or her debuts.
Brighton and Hove Albion vs Crystal Palace Line Up
Sheffield United possible starting lineup:
Henderson; Baldock, Basham, Egan, O’Connell, Stevens; Berge, Norwood, Fleck; McGoldrick, McBurnie
Brighton possible starting lineup:
Ryan; Schelotto, Duffy, Dunk, Burn; Propper, Mooy; March, Gross, Trossard; Murray
Brighton and Hove Albion vs Crystal Palace Head-to-head
This will be the primary time Sheffield United have hosted Brighton during a top-flight game.
The Seagulls’ last match at Bramall Lane was a 3-1 defeat within the Championship in January 2006.
Brighton’s only victory within the past nine league meetings was 2-1 away in January 2005 (D2, L6).
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Saturday 29 February, 2020